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Patch Tuesday was only six days ago, but Microsoft is releasing another round of cumulative updates today. Today's builds include patches for PCs running Windows 10 versions 1803, 1709, and 1703.

If you're on the Windows 10 April 2018 Update, or version 1803, you'll get KB4345421, which brings the build number to 17134.167. You can manually download it here, and it contains the following fixes:

  • Addresses an issue that may cause some devices running network monitoring workloads to receive the 0xD1 Stop error because of a race condition after installing the July update.

  • Addresses an issue with the DHCP Failover server that may cause enterprise clients to receive an invalid configuration when requesting a new IP address. This results in a loss of connectivity.

  • Addresses an issue that may cause the restart of the SQL Server service to fail occasionally with the error, “Tcp port is already in use”.

  • Addresses an issue that occurs when an administrator tries to stop the World Wide Web Publishing Service (W3SVC). The W3SVC remains in a "stopping" state, but cannot fully stop or it cannot be restarted.

It contains no known issues.

Like the previous update, KB4345420 only bumps the build number for PCs running the Windows 10 Fall Creators Update, or version 1709, by a little bit to 16299.550. You can manually download it here, and it contains the exact same list of fixes, albeit with a couple of known issues:

Symptom Workaround
Some non-English platforms may display the following string in English instead of the localized language: ”Reading scheduled jobs from file is not supported in this language mode.” This error appears when you try to read the scheduled jobs you've created and Device Guard is enabled Microsoft is working on a resolution and will provide an update in an upcoming release.

When Device Guard is enabled, some non-English platforms may display the following strings in English instead of the localized language:

  • "Cannot use '' or '.' operators to invoke a module scope command across language boundaries."
  • "'Script' resource from 'PSDesiredStateConfiguration' module is not supported when Device Guard is enabled. Please use 'Script' resource published by PSDscResources module from PowerShell Gallery."
Microsoft is working on a resolution and will provide an update in an upcoming release.


Finally, PCs on the Windows 10 Creators Update, or version 1703, will get KB4345419, and that brings the build number to 15063.1208. You can manually download it here, and it contains the same fixes as the updates listed above with the exception of the DHCP Failover server issue.

As usual, you don't have to actually manually install any of these, as they should be available via Windows Update.

Update: A previous version of this article listed the build number for version 1803 as 17134.166, as is stated in Microsoft's own changelog. However, upon installing the update, the build number is actually 17134.167 MAGIX Movie Edit Pro 2013 Premium

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Initially the Windows Insider Developer Preview was available for all the Windows devices, but at the time of official release most of the old Lumia devices were dropped off the list with Microsoft stating that “Windows 10 delivers significant new innovations, and many older devices are not able to successfully upgrade without an impact on the customer experience. Our goal is to only offer the Windows 10 upgrade to devices that we are confident can continue to deliver a good customer experience”. After that day no Preview builds were released for the old Lumia devices. The last build which was released for those devices was 10.0.10586.338.

Currently the devices which are officially supported are, Alcatel OneTouch Fierce XL, BLU Win HD LTE x150e, BLU Win HD W510U, BLU Win HD LTE X150Q, BLU Win JR x130e, Lumia 430, Lumia 435, Lumia 532, Lumia 535, Lumia 540, Lumia 550, Lumia 635 (1GB), Lumia 636 (1GB), Lumia 638 (1GB), Lumia 640, Lumia 640 XL, Lumia 650, Lumia 730, Lumia 735, Lumia 830, Lumia 929 (ICON), Lumia 930, Lumia 950, Lumia 950 XL, Lumia 1520, Mouse Computer Madosma Q501,Xiaomi Mi4.

Installing Latest Insider Builds on Unsupported Devices (UPDATED)

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  • Follow the below tutorial at your own risk. This can brick you device and make it unusable. If any thing happens to your device we are not responsible for it.
  1. To get the updates, the first thing which you need is an unlocked bootloader and access to Mass Storage mode.
  2. You can unlock your boot loader and get access by following this Tutorial: Unlock Bootloader Get Root Access in Lumia/Windows Phone
  3. Once you have unlocked your device, just boot your device in Mass Storage Mode.
  4. Now open run window on your desktop type “regedit” and hit enter.
  5. Click on ” HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE” and navigate to File Select “Load Hive“.
  6. Now Browse and navigate to “MainOS/Windows/System32/config/SYSTEM” and click Open.
  7. In the Hive Menu, navigate to “Platform/DeviceTargetInfo” and select it.
  8. In the right pane, Change the below entry in the registry.
    1. PhoneManufacturer = MicrosoftMDG
    2. PhoneManufacturerModelName = RM-1085_11302 (for Single SIM devices) For all dual sim devices try RM-1116_11258
    3. PhoneModelName = Lumia 950 XL (for single sim devices ) OR Lumia 950 XL Dual SIM (for dual devices)
    4. PhoneHardwareVariant = RM-1085
  9. That’s it, now go to Windows Insider and change the Ring of your choice and check for updates. Updates should be available for your device.

Improvements and Bugs in the Latest Windows 10 Builds

Following are the improvements and bugs found in some of the recent Windows 10 Mobile builds.

Preview Build Currently available in Fast Ring : 10.0.14361.1000 – RELEASED on 23rd June. Bugs Fixes in the latest preview build

  • Device getting hot, everything else working like charm.
  • Battery backup reduced
  • Camera Apps working a bit slow
  • Brightness and Glance still not working
  • Improved Lockscreen response

Preview Build in Fast Ring : 10.0.14361.1000 – RELEASED on 8th June. Bugs Fixes in the latest preview build

  •  WhatsApp, Amazon, Groove Music now works fine even with SIM
  • Store still crashes but there are some fixes and can install apps. Also “Check for updates” button issue is fixed
  • Glance is still missing
  • Mobile and SIM settings can be opened and Mobile data is working
  • Overall this build is smooth and more responsive then the threshold build

Preview Build  in Fast Ring : 10.0.14356.1000 – RELEASED on 1st June.
Bugs in the latest preview build

  • Stores not working
  • Battery Draining issue
  • Can’t deploy app so we suggest not to hard reset your device on this build, if you do then you will lose the vcREG and custom PFD apps and can’t redeploy them as so can’t get the upcoming builds.

Let us know if you are facing any other bug so that we can update the above list and inform everyone.

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Microsoft's vision for the future of computers builds a new world for Windows. It works well with a mouse and keyboard, and it's great with touch screens. It lusts for apps, lives for sync, and loves real-time updates. But you'd better believe it'll take some time to get used to it all.

Since Microsoft debuted its vision for Windows 8 to the world at its Build 2011 conference, we have watched the themes that drive Windows 8 slowly gestate. The new operating system applies the lessons of mobile to the personal computer in a way that's absolutely innovative. Connectivity, cloud access to personal files, seamless updates, and a simple interface all come together in Windows 8.

A full CNET comparison between Windows 8 and Apple's OS X Mountain Lion will be forthcoming, but for now it's interesting to note two major differences. Apple's approach to sync integration with iCloud and app updates is much more cautious than Microsoft's cross-device Hail Mary. This isn't surprising, given that Apple is the lion's share of the tablet market, with the iPad claiming a 70 percent share.

However, the recent Nexus 7 notwithstanding, Google's clunky, robotic missteps on tablets have handed an opening to Microsoft to stomp in and grab the No. 2 spot. The "lite" version of Windows 8, Windows RT, will come with the New Microsoft Office preinstalled, and Windows Phone 8 will offer a Windows 8-styled interface coupled with robust sync features. And the company is pushing tablet makers with its own innovative Surface tablets. Basically, Redmond wants to build one Windows to rule them all.

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There are two ways to get Windows 8 and Windows RT, which reach the public on October 26. You can buy a new computer or tablet running them, which is an attractive option because Microsoft is mandating its strictest standards ever for hardware manufacturers. Previews of the desktops, laptops, and tablets that will run Windows 8 have been, at worst, interesting curiosities, but generally have been much more than that, loaded with touch screens and ultrathin form factors.

However, Microsoft desperately wants people who own older Windows computers to upgrade. If you bought your Windows machine after June 2, 2012, but before January 31, 2013, you'll be able to buy an upgrade license for $14.99. People with older Windows 7, Vista, and XP computers will be able to upgrade for $39.99. Those are effectively Mac OS X point upgrade prices for a major operating system upgrade. We can't say that it's worth holding on to your XP-running hardware, but if you've got Windows 7, $40 for an upgrade ought to be mightily attractive. Not only that, but if you're considering buying a brand-new Windows 8 machine, this is a low-cost way to take the OS on a test run.

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Windows RT is a different beast, sort of. It only comes preinstalled on certain tablets, most easily identified by the "RT" moniker that's often at the end of their names. To be blunt, Windows RT is a thinner version of Windows 8. It lacks third-party access to the Desktop mode, so you will only be able to use programs like Office 2013 and Internet Explorer 10 there. No legacy Windows software will work on it, a big strike against, and the Windows Store offers an anemic app catalog at the moment.

But, RT also won't suffer the same malware concerns that full Windows 8 will because of its different chip architecture. A full review of Windows RT is forthcoming, but for now you can check out our review of the Microsoft Surface RT and check out the Windows RT FAQ for more details on Microsoft's tablet-only operating system. The only two versions available to the public to download will be Windows 8 Basic and Windows 8 Pro, which this review is based on.

Welcome to the Windows 8 Start screen. Screenshot by Seth Rosenblatt/CNET

Installation
The Windows 8 installation process is remarkably simple, and belies the massive changes you are about to wreak on your operating system. Run the installer, drop in the license key when asked, and allow the computer to reboot.

On the Toshiba DX1215 built for Windows 7 but running the Windows 8 Release Preview that we upgraded, installation took around 10 minutes -- not including the hinkiness we encountered with the Microsoft-supplied USB stick. The syncing process took longer, and getting the RTM to the same point of usability as the RP was added took almost another 20 minutes. Microsoft said this was longer than normal, but not out of the realm of possibility.

Microsoft documentation notes people installing Windows 8 over Windows 7 will get to keep their Windows settings, personal files, and programs. (Check out CNET's Windows 8 upgrade FAQ.)

If you have a preview version of Windows 8, you'll be able to keep your personal files, but apps will have to be downloaded again from the Windows Store. Fortunately, your previous apps should be saved in the Your Apps section, at the top edge. Settings such as picture passwords and Facebook will carry over, since they're attached to your log-in account. Google log-ins apparently will not, and must be re-entered manually.

People with Vista will be able to carry their Windows settings and personal files forward to Windows 8, but not their programs. If you're running Windows XP, you're even more restricted, and can only take your personal files with you. Microsoft has a Compatibility Center Web site to check your hardware before your purchase an upgrade.

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Microsoft has never been accused of doing anything the easy way, and that's doubly true for navigating Windows 8. The complaints and compliments about the definitely different Windows 8 interface are varied, but basically boil down to two aesthetic sensibilities.

We believe that Windows 8's new Start screen presents apps in an elegant interface. It challenges current common wisdom about apps and their icons, and reimagines the icon as an integrated extension of the app itself. The Windows 8 tile is a widget-esque surface that can stream real-time information from the app.

Tiles are arranged in groups on the Start screen, and you can drag them around to create new groups. You can also pinch to zoom out and get a global view of your groups, from which the groups themselves can be reorganized. This semantic zoom creates an easier way to navigate through content-rich apps, and across the dozens or hundreds of apps you're likely to install.

Furthermore, Windows 8 takes advantage of your screen's edges to stick menus in an accessible but out-of-the-way place. There's almost a zen approach to it all. Everything feels connected as you flip between recently used apps, as you use semantic zoom to navigate above and then within an app, and as your right-edge Charms bar provides an actual unified place to tweak settings, search in-app and across Windows 8, and share content.

The Charms bar on the right side of the screen lets you navigate through Windows 8. Screenshot by Seth Rosenblatt/CNET

You navigate Windows 8 through the Charms bar, which has no true analog in Windows 7. It's the navigation bar that lives at the right edge of the screen that intertwines OS navigation with OS functionality. From the Charms bar, you can Search apps, files, and settings; Share content across apps; jump to the Start screen; configure external Devices such as multiple monitors; and change Settings both for Windows 8 itself and any app that you're in at the moment.

By putting these five key features all in one place, Microsoft has supplanted the catchall Start menu of previous Windows editions with something more nuanced, but with a broader mandate. All apps have settings, goes the logic -- therefore, you should be able to access those settings in the same place, regardless of app.

In practice, this is generally smooth with moments of clunkiness. No matter what app you're in, your Windows 8 settings are always accessible from the bottom of the Settings sidebar. However, the specifics of an app naturally are left to the app maker. In Microsoft's Weather app, your toggle from Fahrenheit to Celsius lives not in the Settings sidebar, but in the also-hidden bottom-edge options.

The left edge allows you to swipe through your previously used app, although you can turn this off if you'd like. Swiping in from the left edge and then making a quick U-turn back to the edge reveals a sidebar of thumbnails of your previously used apps, including the Start screen. You can cycle very quickly through previous apps, making this one of Windows 8's better navigation options.

So, while it's logical of Microsoft to restrict the side edges to the operating system, and the top and bottom edges to the app, the practice is not intuitive in all cases. Microsoft provides a helpful, necessary tutorial when you first install Windows 8 that demonstrates this, but it doesn't show you the top and bottom edges, or the left edge.

Because Windows 8 is intended as a unified system for both PC and tablet, it works almost as well with a keyboard and mouse as it does with touch. While the mouse may eventually go the way of the fax machine, it's doubtful that Microsoft intends to kill it off while encouraging so many non-touch-screen owners to upgrade to Windows 8. It's much more likely that Microsoft sees an immediate future for touch and keyboard/mouse, not touch or keyboard/mouse.

So, as with seemingly everything in Windows 8, this, too, serves two masters. Sure, it gives you the precision required for image editing, but it's also Microsoft proclaiming Windows 8's usefulness. Windows 8 can do it all, Microsoft says: you get touch, mouselike precision, and keyboard hot keys. While the tiles are clearly designed for touch, they are not irritatingly large for mouse work.

Meanwhile, all the major hot keys in Windows 7 perform the same functions in Windows 8, and there are some new ones, too. These include Win Print Screen to take a screenshot, which then gets automatically saved to your Photos app, or using the Windows key to switch between the Start screen and your last-used app.

One of the best keyboard functions is that you can pull up an app from the Start screen just by beginning to type. It's ridiculously simple and effective: type "cal" when on the Start screen, and a list of apps with "cal" in their name appear in the center of the screen, but on the right you can flip from Apps to Settings to Files that have the same "cal" string.

Not much will happen when you first connect a mouse to Windows 8. As soon as you move the mouse, though, a scroll bar will appear along the bottom edge of the Start screen. You can then use the scroll bar to navigate through your groups, or you can use the scroll wheel for that -- so the vertical motion is interpreted by Windows 8 as a horizontal scroll.

Move the mouse to the lower-left corner to reveal your Start screen, or the upper-left corner for your most recently visited app. If you then move the mouse alongside the left edge, it will reveal your other most recently used apps.

The Metro version of Internet Explorer 10 has a unique interface. Here, it's shown with the tab and location bar showing, although by default they're hidden. Screenshot by Seth Rosenblatt/CNET

One of the big new features is that Windows 8 will allow multitouch gestures on touch pads. Macs have had multitouch touch-pad drivers for a few years, while Windows touch pads haven't progressed much since Windows XP. The blame for that can sit at the feet of Microsoft just as easily as you can point a finger at the hardware manufacturers. The point is now, with Windows 8 forcing dramatic hardware upgrades to accompany it, Windows touch pads are finally moving forward.

Three default gestures will come with all laptops that have touch pads: pinch-to-zoom, two-finger scroll along the X and Y axes, and edge swiping. That last one is important because it will give you an easier way to activate the edges on non-touch-screen Windows 8 computers besides using the mouse.

The mouse has been enabled for apps, too. So in Internet Explorer, for example, a back navigation arrow appears on the left, and a forward nav arrow appears on the right edge. Mouse to the lower-right corner to see the navigation Charms, and then mouse up along the edge to use them.

Right-clicking reveals the "app edges," the app-specific options from the top and bottom screen edges, while a button denoted by a magnifying glass on the far right of the scroll bar zooms you in and out of your groups.

It's impressive how well Microsoft has been able to replicate the touch workflow with the mouse and keyboard. We've never seen the two integrated quite like this before. The multiple ways to interface with the interface also will go a long way toward convincing previous Windows owners and perhaps even skeptics that Windows 8 is all that and a bag of chips. Most importantly, though, both work well with your apps.

Detractors rightly will criticize Microsoft for many of the same things that we like about Windows 8. It opens to an entirely new desktop called the Start screen, with the Start menu and Start button effectively evaporated into the history books. Confusingly, there's a Windows 7-styled "Desktop" mode for legacy programs and some core Windows advanced configuration tools.

The tiles for non-Metro apps look funny on the Start screen, with traditional icons placed against relatively enormous square tiles. Oh, and Microsoft doesn't want you to call it Metro anymore, but we're going to in an effort to keep the review clear Cake Mania 3

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Today is the second Tuesday of the month, and that can only mean one thing: it's Patch Tuesday. It's like a monthly holiday for those that love to update their PCs, as Microsoft releases updates for all supported versions of Windows.

Naturally, all of the updates only include fixes, rather than new features. If you're on the latest version of Windows 10, the April 2018 Update or version 1803, you'll get KB4338819. The update brings the build number to 17134.165, and you can manually download it here. Here's what got fixed:

  • Improves the ability of the Universal CRT Ctype family of functions to correctly handle EOF as valid input.

  • Enables debugging of WebView content in UWP apps using the Microsoft Edge DevTools Preview app that’s available in the Microsoft Store.

  • Addresses an issue that may cause the Mitigation Options Group Policy client-side extension to fail during GPO processing. The error message is “Windows failed to apply the MitigationOptions settings. MitigationOptions settings might have its own log file” or “ProcessGPOList: Extension MitigationOptions returned 0xea.” This issue occurs when Mitigation Options has been defined either manually or by Group Policy on a machine using Windows Defender Security Center or the PowerShell Set-ProcessMitigation cmdlet.

  • Evaluates the Windows ecosystem to help ensure application and device compatibility for all updates to Windows.

  • Security updates to Internet Explorer, Windows apps, Windows graphics, Windows datacenter networking, Windows wireless networking, Windows virtualization, Windows kernel, and Windows Server.

Those on the Windows 10 Fall Creators Update, or version 1709, will see KB4338825, and that brings the build number to 16299.547. You can manually download it here, and it contains the following fixes:

  • Addresses an issue that, in some cases, causes the wrong IME mode to be chosen on an IME-active element.

  • Addresses an issue with form submission in Internet Explorer.

  • Addresses an issue where DNS requests disregard proxy configurations in Internet Explorer and Microsoft Edge.

  • Addresses additional issues with updated time zone information.

  • Addresses an issue that causes the latest versions of Google Chrome (67.0.3396.79 ) to stop working on Cobalt devices.

  • Evaluates the Windows ecosystem to help ensure application and device compatibility for all updates to Windows.

  • Security updates to Internet Explorer, Microsoft Edge, Microsoft scripting engine, Windows apps, Windows graphics, Windows datacenter networking, Windows virtualization, Windows kernel, and Windows Server.

There are also some known issues to be aware of in this update:

Symptom

Workaround

Some non-English platforms may display the following string in English instead of the localized language: ”Reading scheduled jobs from file is not supported in this language mode.” This error appears when you try to read the scheduled jobs you've created and Device Guard is enabled. Microsoft is working on a resolution and will provide an update in an upcoming release.

When Device Guard is enabled, some non-English platforms may display the following strings in English instead of the localized language:

  • "Cannot use '' or '.' operators to invoke a module scope command across language boundaries."
  • "'Script' resource from 'PSDesiredStateConfiguration' module is not supported when Device Guard is enabled. Please use 'Script' resource published by PSDscResources module from PowerShell Gallery."
Microsoft is working on a resolution and will provide an update in an upcoming release.


If you've got a Windows 10 Mobile device on version 1709, you'll get build 15254.490, which has the same fixes as the update listed below, since it's an offshoot of Redstone 2.

Now, we're getting into older builds that very few PCs are still using. If you're still on the Windows 10 Creators Update, or version 1703, you'll get KB4338826, or build 15063.1206. It can be manually downloaded here, and contains the following fixes:

  • Addresses an issue with form submission in Internet Explorer.

  • Updates Internet Explorer's Inspect Element feature to conform to the policy that disables the launch of Developer Tools.

  • Addresses an issue that, in some cases, causes the wrong IME mode to be chosen on an IME-active element.

  • Addresses an issue in which DNS requests disregard proxy configurations in Internet Explorer and Microsoft Edge.

  • Addresses additional issues with updated time zone information.

  • Evaluates the Windows ecosystem to help ensure application and device compatibility for all updates to Windows.

  • Security updates to Internet Explorer, Microsoft Edge, Windows apps, Windows graphics, Windows virtualization, Windows kernel, and Windows Server.

There are no known issues with this update.

Next up is KB4338814, which is for those on the Windows 10 Anniversary Update, and that brings the build number to 14393.2363. You can manually download it here, and it contains the following fixes:

  • Updates Internet Explorer's Inspect Element feature to conform to the policy that disables the launch of Developer Tools.

  • Addresses an issue that, in some cases, causes the wrong IME mode to be chosen on an IME-active element.

  • Addresses an issue where DNS requests disregard proxy configurations in Internet Explorer and Microsoft Edge.

  • Addresses additional issues with updated time zone information.

  • Updates support for the draft version of the Token Binding protocol v0.16.

  • Evaluates the Windows ecosystem to help ensure application and device compatibility for all updates to Windows.

  • Security updates to Internet Explorer, Microsoft Edge, Windows apps, Windows graphics, Windows datacenter networking, Windows virtualization, Windows kernel, and Windows Server.

As has been the case since May, there's no new update for Windows 10 version 1511. There is, however, a patch for the original version of the OS, version 1507, since that's still supported on the Long-Term Servicing Channel.

Those users will get KB4338829, or build 10240.17914. It can be manually downloaded here, and it contains the following fixes:

  • Provides protections for an additional vulnerability involving side-channel speculative execution known as Lazy Floating Point (FP) State Restore (CVE-2018-3665) for 64-Bit (x64) versions of Windows.

  • Updates Internet Explorer's Inspect Element feature to conform to the policy that disables the launch of Developer Tools.

  • Addresses an issue that, in some cases, causes the wrong IME mode to be chosen on an IME-active element.

  • Addresses an issue where DNS requests disregard proxy configurations in Internet Explorer and Microsoft Edge.

  • Addresses additional issues with updated time zone information.

  • Security updates to Internet Explorer, Microsoft Edge, Windows apps, Windows graphics, Windows datacenter networking, Windows virtualization, Windows kernel, and Windows Server.

Of course, you don't need to manually install any of these. The update that corresponds to your version of Windows 10 should automatically arrive via Windows Update 10629

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